Horace Tapscott

Live at LACMA, 1998 (DT(RS)11LP)

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Live at LACMA, 1998

Horace Tapscott

Dark Tree

3473351001113

LPS 160476

DT(RS)11LP

JAZZ

1

LP 24,78 €

 

PREVIOUSLY UNISSUED

AUDIOPHILE GRADING 180 GRAM VINYL

PRESSED ON PALLAS, GERMANY

Presented on 180-GRAM VINYL are previously unpublished live recordings from 1998, featuring the legendary Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, led by its founder and mastermind Horace Tapscott. Tapscott's Pan-Afrikan Peoples Arkestra was one of the most transformative, forward-thinking and straight-up heavy big bands to have played jazz in the 1960s and 1970s! The LP includes liner notes by Steven Isoardi, song lyrics and photos from the performance by Warren Berman.

PERSONNEL:

HORACE TAPSCOTT, conductor, piano, with:

Bass – Alan Hines, Louis Large, Trevor Ware
Choir – The Great Voice Of UGMAA
Congas – Najite Agindotan
Drums – Donald Dean
Percussion – Bill Madison
Soprano Saxophone – Michael Session
Trombone – Phil Ranelin
Vocals – Dwight Trible

TRACKS:

A Fela Fela
B Why Don't You Listen?

Recorded live on Friday, July 24, 1998 at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA,) 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA.

Deluxe high-gloss flipback album jacket.
Insert with photos from the concert by Warren Berman, lyrics and credits.
Liner notes by Steven L. Isoardi.